This tutorial explains how to insert pictures into Wikipedia articles using wikitext. This is one of the most frequently asked questions. It describes options for specifying placement, alt textcaptions, sizes and links, and contains advice about panoramas and avoiding image stackups.
DNA molecules are well known as carriers of huge amounts of biological information, and there is growing interest in using DNA in engineered data storage devices that can hold vastly more data than our current hard drives. But new research shows that DNA isn't the only game in town when it comes to molecular data storage. A study led by Brown University researchers shows that it's possible to store and retrieve data stored in artificial metabolomes -- arrays of liquid mixtures containing sugars, amino acids and other types of small molecules.
To create social media posts that drive results, the first step is to up your content game. Great, thumb-stopping social media content has 2 components: visuals and copy. Good images or video definitely increase engagement, and they endear your brand to customers.
Have you ever been scrolling through your social media feed and something caught your eye? What happens? You tap or hold your thumb on the screen and are visually engaged in that specific post. This blog post will cover 6 tips to help ensure your social post images catch attention and have thumb-stopping power.
Scientists at Brown University have taken a step forward toward storing huge amounts of data in molecular storage systems. As a proof of principle of small-molecule postgenomic data storagescientists demonstrate a workflow for representing abstract data in synthetic mixtures of metabolites. They have encoded kilobyte-scale image files into metabolite solutions and read the information back out again.
Is there a way to do this? I can see how to resize and recolor the thumb, but not replace it with a photo. I have changed the thumb to an image, but it is only viewable when sliding.
The thumb is the first of the hand's five digits, but it is typically not referred to as a finger. The thumb possesses a unique and wide range of motion not shared by the hand's other digits. Not only does it bend its knuckle, but the tip of the thumb can touch the tips of the fingers.